General Commercial Property

309 Otrobando Avenue Norwich, CT 06360

309 Otrobando Avenue, Norwich, CT, 06360
309 Otrobando Avenue, Norwich, CT, 06360
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Amount:
$700,000
Last Verified:
Feb 20, 2019

Highlights

  • General Commercial Zone
  • 4 acres of development land with all utilities
  • Exit 27 off Routes 2 & 32 at Otrobando Avenue and West Town Street
  • 1 Mile from I-395
  • Over 800 Feet of Frontage
  • Buildings include 3000 square feet office
  • 6000 Square Feet Glass Greenhouse
  • 1500 Square feet retail restaurant building and 400 Square Feet Gift Shop building.

Description

General Commercial property with Frontage along Routes 2 & 32 and Otrobando Avenue.
Site area includes over 4 acres of development land with all utilities. Property can be added to 295 Otrobando Avenue for additional 1.4 acres. Buildings include 3000 square feet office, 6000 Square Feet Glass Greenhouse, 1500 Square feet retail restaurant building and 400 Square Feet Gift Shop building.

Located along Routes 2 & 32 at exit 27. 1 mile from I-395 interchange.


Year Built: 1895
Building Size: 7900.0sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 4.01 acres

Map of 309 Otrobando Avenue, Norwich, CT, 06360

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